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, you know though meteors that hit russia, we have 100 million people who watched them online. this are victims as well. >> and she was thrown in by the wave that came after the flash. and then we--my ears got blocked, and the whole room got filled with dust. >> cenk: and there's bill nye the science guy. he's in the studio. he's going explain to us the real dangers much those meteors. is it going to hit your backyard next? no, it's not. that's next. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ explosion ] >> cenk: all right, we're back on "the young turks." that was a meteor that crashed in russia. there was data on it, ten thousand tons is how much it weigh the. the diameter was 50 feet and the speed was 40,000 mph. that was a thousand miles a second. and it scared a lot offer the bejesus out of a lot of folks. we brought in bill nye the science guy who is the host of "bill nye the science guy"." should we be worried? are we going to die. >> we're not going to die but we should be worried. now we at the planetary siting funded this this one that hit over russia lake chebarkle. we. >> we know
and the neck. willy joel going to play in russia did more for relations between the two countries than any politician or media journalist did. >> if it was michael jordan, it might have had a better impact than a clown prince of basketball. he's not really an ambassador of our culture as well. >> north korea is not russia. russia made a lot of progress by the time that happened. >> john: i have to be an optimist. it is a start. i understand the washington generals are going on their show first. my panel stays with me after the break. when we look at the one case in history when the nra wasn't calling for more guns. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. (vo) she's joy behar. >>current will let me say anything. >> john: welcome back. i have a very quick question for my panel. today is the one-year anniversary of the trayvon martin shooting. what has america learned and has america grown or accomplished anything in the wake of this? and i would like to start with richard socarides.
, republicans. and meetteorites strike a town in russia's ural mountains. let's get the update from lisa ferguson standing buy out in los angeles. >> hey, bill good morning, everyone. president obama is on the road but first off he is hosting the italian president who is ending his term in. this will serve as a fairrewell. he will speak at hyde park academy about his state of the union address and his plans to strengthen the middle class. he is spending time until palm city, florida. the president is pushing his plan for universal pre-school this week. but that could run into road blocks thanks to republican lawmakers who say early learning programs are not effective. >> that's despite an increasing amount of evidence on the benefits of childhood education programs, including higher high school graduation rates and reduced teen pregnancy and crime. some research actually suggests every single dollar invested in pre-kinder garden programs saves $7 down the road because those kids are less likely to involve themselves in risky behave. last year, only about
country as ambassador to the u.n. russia, israel, india, el salvador among others. ambassador pickering is also a member of the council on foreign relations co-author with senator hagel of global zero report on u.s. nuclear policy. that came in for some tough detroitcriticism and you worked with senator chuck hagel. what kind of defense secretary do you think he would be? >> i think he would an superb defense secretary. he has made clear in these hearingshearings under difficult circumstances that he's mainstream and he supports what the president sports--supports. i think he has carefully calculated and honest views in how and what we should be proceeding in the world. we are part of it. we clearly need a defense second to none in this particular issue. but we also have to be thoughtful about how we move ahead. i think he's conscious as we all are of the fact that expenditures are going to go down in the days ahead and he will be called upon to make difficult judgments for the president. i have every confidence from my knowledge of him that he will give the president the correct and pr
civil rights history to people. i've got people in spain, russia and the solomon islands so i think technology may help, but the fact of the matter is it's a bigger problem than that. we have a history in the united states of being so uncomfortable across racial barriers that we aggressively misremember racial history. i grew up in atlanta and being taught that the civil war had nothing to do with slavery and the people who restore white supremacy in the south were the redeemers. that's a religious term when in fact, it was a terror. that's not just in the south but president kennedy said he was taught the same thing in harvard. we have a tendency to hide from these realities and we don't appreciate this brief period that was a doorway to new freedoms that we all cherish but not only for black people but for women disabled, senior citizens legal immigrants to change the face of america. and as dr. king said a for the white south who was liberated from segregation to the sun belt. it wasn't even fit for professional sports. >> michael: if you stop learning history you stop learning c
: russia has all the fun. >> the big meteor's still out there's the silver lining. happy friday everybody. six minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 toll free from anywhere. you know what's happy about friday, the fact that you might be ready with a tune. ok. ♪ ♪ stephanie: yeah, yeah. good morning. good morning. >> gone, lover, how are you? >> lover! i was going to say sexy liberal john fugelsang in the washington bureau. can we meet again at that quiet little place we met last year. my wife is still straight. stephanie: i got one more try. see you april 18 in chicago. tickets are flying out the window with john fugelsang. >> i can't wait, it's going to be a fun show. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. how are you, sir. >> state of the union and the pope quitting and the carnival cruise line, i'm great, thank you. i'm here early today because i have to fly to michigan where i'm performing at michael moore's winter comedy art festival. stephanie: awesome! >> i have a movie premiering there and then the headline set and premiering. stephanie: where? >> traverse city, michigan. i'll have the websit
letting you know and russia know, too. >> stephanie: okay. all right. lots to get to. we've got a sequest errand all of that there stuff. 17 minutes after the hour. we continue on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call stephanie now. she's easy. 1-800-steph-12. break the ice with breath-freshening cooling crystals. ice breakers. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> stephanie miller. ♪♪ keep on trying until i reach the highest rung ♪ >> stephanie: is the conversation any less hilarious during the commercial breaks here? >> computer says no. >> stephanie: go ahead. you said hey -- >> yes was that a david corn article you read on the air yesterday? we're trying to book him. >> i said corn? when did i read corn? >> see what i did there? because his name is -- >> okay. [ ♪ circus ♪ ] >> stephanie: no, it was -- we're going to book him. gun myths. >> it was dave gilson. we wo
. [applause] at the same time, we'll engage russia to seek further reduction in nuclear arsenals and continue leading secure nuclear materials that could fall into the wrong hands. our ability to influence others he had depends on our willingness to lead and meet our obligations. america must also face the rapidly growing threat from cyberattacks. [applause] now we know that hackers steal people's identity and e-mails. we know companies swipe our corporate secrets. now our enemies are seeking to sabotage our power grid, air traffic control systems. we cannot look back years from now and wonter why we did nothing in the face of real threats to our security and our economy. that's where earlier today i signed a new executive order that will strengthen our cyberdefenses by increasing information sharing and developing standards to protect our national security, our jobs and our privacy. but now--now congress must act as well. by passing legislation to give our government a greater capacity to secure our networks and deter attacks. this is something that we should be able to get done on a biparti
russia and the united nations to meet with the syrian opposition to discuss that country. earlier today, first day out of office for secretary of state hillary clinton. she has extraordinary approval ratings according to the washington post-abc news poll, american people approve but congress has a 19% approval rating. she has visited 112 countries, spent 401 days on the road and met with 1700 world leaders. if that weren't enough she's already got a word in for 2016. no word on whether she will actually run. more bill press up next. stay with us. converstion started weekdays at 9am eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. (vo) tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. >> you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough
the united states and russia will get together to talk about political transition in syria. joining them will be membersover the united nations. the goal is to end the civil war that has now killed some 60,000 people. today is secretary of state hillary clinton's last day on the job. she has repeatedly dodged questions about running for president in 2016. we're back where more show after the break. happy friday. stay with us. ♪ what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure everyone is ready with the know-how we need for a new tomorrow. [ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make sure you're ready. at devry.edu/knowhow. ♪ ♪ [♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time
this week. we are one year away from wentinter olympics in russia if they ever get any snow. is she going to be there? >> if i had to bet and given my record, i probably shouldn't put any money on it. i would say no. i love the fact that, you know, every time a surgeon does an operation on one of these athletes and he puts the mcl the acl and everything back together the way, you know, the way it should be, it's going to be fantastic. he or she will be back. everything is going to be perfect. they always have a great outcome, and i just think it's a little trickier than that. i think she's got a year. she could be -- the olympics is set up a little bit differently on skiing. i believe she could -- you know, they don't really have a trial the way other sports do. so she could be -- she could compete in some events, you know, late in the year some of the ski season late in the year. possibly still, um make the team. i guess there is also a discretionary spot they could give her? >> i hope she makes it. surgery for the second one to add because they didn't get i
reduction. in 2009, the senate approved a strategic arms reduction treaty with russia that would bring the nuclear arsenal from 1700 down to about 1550 when it comes to deployed weapons by the year 2018. "new york times" reports today says the white house goal is to get the number closer to 1,000 which would save us some money and not compromise our national security. this week, the president also planning to issue a directive to combat cyberattacks. he would give companies that control the nation's critical infrastructure access to a program that's designed to protect defense contractors. also, he would require government agencies that find out about possible cyberattacks to report those to outside companies. the white house and outside supporters are planning an online outreach and fund-raising campaign around the state of the union address. president's going to do a conference call with organizing for america's supporters after the state of the union tuesday night. he's going to do a google hangout on line to answer questions on thursday. we're back after the break. compelling true
's obama. >> so hitler, castro, obama. stephanie: right. >> i don't know if russia's just never -- you would think that he's been to germany. it looks like he eats a lot of cheese, so in germany they in fact view hitler with such disdain that all types of freedom of expression relating to hit her and nazis are banned. they don't take it seriously yeah. [ laughter ] >> the primary victims of hitler were german, by the way. >> really quick. i want everybody out there to know, and this is true, you can google i marco rubio is a huge fan of hiphop music. if you watch his speech again knowing that and think of him at m.c. rubio, then you'll have a completely different view of him going forward. >> was he doing the ducky? that's what that was. he was doing the dougy. >> what you missed is underneath the camera, he was pouring out water for his homies and tea party that lost in 2012. stephanie: that's what was happening up in there. >> he was tapping his booze that's what he was doing. stephanie: thank you honey we'll see you next week. bye. [ applause ] stephanie: you know how bubble gum ray
for pieces of meteor in the euro mountains after last week's meteor crash hit russia. the less is found the higher price people can get for it. early estimates are that some of the fragments will fetch over $2,000 per gram. that's 40 times the price of gold. >> bill: that's amazing. front page story in "the new york times" about russians running out and scrounging and finding little pieces of rock and there are plenty of willing buyers. >> there's gold in them thar hills. >> burger king had itself a whopper of a problem yesterday. the twitter account got hacked. made the company look like it had been bought out by rival mcdonald's. it then tweeted several obscene and ridiculous items before twitter suspended the account. mcdonald's said it had nothing to do with the hacking. burger king has not yet released a statement. >> that's a whopper of a problem. >> bill: that happened to us air last week. a big story that went out that american airlines had bought us air. >> boy these twitter hosts are getting out of control. >> bill: the president is having a big event at the white house this m
the hackers from eastern europe and russia are more interested into hacking into bank accounts and using that for, you know, cyber crime and more of a, you know, stealing money from credit cards and such. the chinese almost say they are more interested in taking documents. withe about -- everything is so technology depend ant these days. air traffic controller system. you think about our transportation systems, the electric grid. you can go on and on. a hacker -- could a hacker get into those systems and shut them down? >> that's absolutely what the obama administration is continuing to warn about. during the state of the union address last week, the president mentioned that. again, the possibility that a hacker with the click of a mouse could should down part of the power grid and turn off the lights. >> how do we fight against this? last year, attempted to stop this or at least patch up some of the flaws and security flaws. xwhapd actually is it became a very con tentious issue where republicans were siding with the chamber of commerce and business lobbyists
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